Double Wicket Maiden Aden

An impressive double wicket maiden over by Aden wasn't enough to stop Warboys & St Ives ending Hemingford U11s fine unbeaten run. Rupert put on a fast paced 1st wicket partnership with skipper Millie Fielding first, Hemingford bowled well against a good standard of opposition batsmen. Rupert, getting more accurate every game, stemmed the run rate taking 1 wicket and was well supported by Ed, Sam and Sophia. Louis, Will (2 wickets) and Keshav backed up the openers in the middle of the innings before Aden's magic over put Hemingford in control. Emmett, playing his second ever game, improved his bowling dramatically during his second over and fielded well throughout. Emmett's bowling improved dramatically as the game went on However, the rest of the

U11s Snatch Thrilling Tie vs Alconbury

HPCC U11s snatched a thrilling tie on the last ball of an nail biting game vs Alconbury at the Hemingford Pavilion. Sam and Jonah kept their nerve in a scrambled single after a nurdle through to square leg. The throw into the bowlers end just wasn't quite accurate enough to take the bails off, but it did however deny Hemingford an unlikely win. Earlier in the game Jonah nearly took a hattrick with the last 3 balls of the Alconbury innings, Izzy took a marvelous run out with a direct hit from backward point and Sophia and Rupert blazed 22 for the first batting partnership. Jonah scored the winning run Bowling first, Hemingford restricted the flow of runs and took regular wickets

Hemingford win again in Alconbury

by Barnaby Perks A balmy August evening in Alconbury under the steeple of the charming St Peter and St Paul church was the scene for for Hemingford U11s’ latest conquest. Finlay was the pick of the bowlers with three wickets to his name. He was ably backed up with solid overs from Louis and Emmett plus explosive spells from Aden and Ed. Some tidy bowling and several wickets pegged the home team to 253. In response Hemingford made steady but relentless progress to their goal. Sophia and Finlay laid a solid foundation before Millie and Charlie took the game away from Alconbury with positive running between the wickets and quick fire run accumulation to put Hemingford firmly in control. Aden and

Top class bowling display seals win for HPCC U11s vs Little Paxton

An magnificent bowling display by Hemingford steered the U11s to a well deserved victory at the Hemingford Pavilion on Wednesday. 2 wickets in 2 balls from Will Hollebon, a spectacular caught and bowled from Rupert Thackeray and 3 wickets from Jonah Charles were some of the highlights in the field as Little Paxton were restricted to 248, in their chase of 262. Thackray played some fine shots to score 13 Batting first, Jonah Charles (4) and Ollie Hawes (3) got the home side off to a steady start, losing only one wicket and playing some great cricket shots. But the impetus for the innings came from Will Hollebon (14) and Rupert Thackeray (13) who didn't lose a single wicket in a very